Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Pastor Artur Pawlowski Gives Warnings Of What Is To Come:

More Power to Pastor Artur Pawlowski

A video of Pastor Artur Pawlowski’s dramatic ordering of several police officers out of his church on April 3 of this year went viral all over the civilized world. He was preparing for the Passover service that Sunday, as a Public Health Inspector and several police officers came right into   his church without being invited and without a warrant. He shouted that the Gestapo and Nazis were not welcome in his church. He succeeded in defending the house of worship in that time. However, on May 11, on the drive home from church, several Calgary Police cars pulled over the automobile he was riding in on a busy highway and he was summarily arrested. The video of that incident went viral too, and it made headlines throughout the world.

The heinous crime that would require multiple police vehicles with an entire troop of officers: Pastor Pawlowski and his brother, Dawid Pawlowski, run the Fortress (Cave) of Adullam Street Church, and they dared to defy Alberta’s Public Health Act and the draconian COVID-19 health orders. Apparently, violating the Canadian lockdown orders is a very serious offense in which a real serious criminal like Pastor Pawlowski would be so dramatically confronted, incarcerated,  put in handcuffs and literally dragged off to jail. The video reveals a very bizarre scene. This Monday, the brothers were found guilty of violating Alberta’s lockdown orders, and thus they were found in contempt of the court order by Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Adam Germain. The atheists and statists in the Canadian government do not seem to be able to tolerate defiance of the lockdown laws. Sentencing is scheduled for July.

The opportunity to hear Pastor Pawlowski speak in California on Sunday materialized, so it was not to be ignored. Pastor Pawlowski is currently on a whirlwind speaking tour across the United States in order to awaken this nation, especially Christians to the creeping dangers of those in positions of power in government that are outright anti-religious. Pastor Pawlowski spoke at the Calvary Chapel in San Jose. Calvary Chapel’s ministers were also targeted by the California lockdown mandates of Governor Gavin Newsom. In January, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Peter Kirwan ruled that Calvary Chapel Pastor Mike McClure and Youth Pastor Carson Atherley were in contempt of court, and Calvary Chapel San Jose was charged $5,000 a day for each day they did not require the wearing of masks or insist on social distancing. Total fees charged to the church amounted to $1.6 million.

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